Tyler Herro wants the disrespect to stop.
The Miami Heat guard indicated that the perception that the Heat’s trip to the finals two years ago was a fluke is wrong, and the team deserves respect.
Tyler spoke about the perceptions as the Heat are firmly entrenched as the #1 seed.
Tyler Herro thinks it's time we respect the Heat 😡
"Now you can see, [The Heat] can play well outside of a bubble. … Not dangerously looming anymore." pic.twitter.com/6UINdfsByf
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) March 17, 2022
Tyler Herro was a rookie during the 2020 postseason, which because of the pandemic, took place within a bubble in Orlando, Fla., where they were the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference.
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Herro played really well, but he appeared to come back down to earth last season.
Primarily coming off the bench, Herro is currently having his best year yet.
In 57 games and 10 starts, Herro is averaging 21.0 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists per game and is connecting on his shots from beyond the arc at a rate of 39.3 percent.